Education: A Value that Unites Us?
A Feature by Dr. Vincent Cotter on Michael Smerconish’s Smerconish.com
It is somewhat of an oxymoron to suggest that educational institutions have the potential to resolve our fractured political and social issues which have polarized America into distinct ideological camps, particularly when you consider the extent of its self-imposed controversies. Parental rights, curriculum content, gender identification, and school admission practices have many leaders failing to see “the forest for the trees.” Read the full article at smerconish.com
School Boards in Crisis: Quelling the Chaos
It is hard to miss the shocking displays of anger directed at school board members. Louden and Fairfax counties in Virginia have been the epicenter of protests involving the teaching of critical race theory while Broward and Sarasota counties in Florida have attracted national attention over the “masking” of children. Several suburban school districts in suburban Philadelphia had school board meetings in which security was summoned. Click the article below to read Dr. Cotter’s article on Smerconish.com
Pandemic Funding for Education is an Opportunity to Fix It
Despite rising case counts and the growing prevalence of the Delta variant, the process of reopening the schools in the fall is already underway. Even before the school doors open, the 2021-2022 school year already appears to be anything but normal. Click the article below to read Dr. Cotter’s article on Smerconish.com
Rebooting Schools article featured on Smerconish.com
Micheal Smerconish features Exemplary Schools Organization’s take on Rebooting America’s Schools: Now and After the Pandemic on radio and his website
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Money Probably Isn’t Holding You Back From That Change You Keep Talking About
The EDTHENA Blog features the work and resources of the Exemplary Schools Organization – March 6, 2020